128 Serendipity Trail Maggie Valley, North Carolina 28751
128 Serendipity Trail

This property Closed on 12/04/17

  • MLS#: 3318951
  • Close Price: $365,000
  • Approx. Sq. Ft: 2,370
  • Bed/Bath: 2/3
  • Approx. Acreage: 0.980
  • Half Bath: 0
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This Property Closed On 12/04/17

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Close Price: $365,000

Original Listing Price: $389,000

Community: Maggie Valley List Date: 09/08/17

This property rises to the top of the mountain peaks protecting your privacy and is surrounded by nature. Breathe in the gorgeous long range mountain views. Thoughtfully designed and impeccably crafted log sided cabin offers open floor plan and boasts large windows that intermingle with living spaces to invite the outside in. Two story great room with handsome fireplace, designer kitchen, custom baths, 2 bedrooms, loft, rec. room stubbed for wet bar, and two levels of decking. This is it!

Listed by Michelle McElroy at Waynesville

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Directions: Hwy. 19 through Maggie Valley. Continue on Soco Rd. Right on Black Camp Gap. Continue approx. 1.5 miles to left on Long Branch Rd. Follow gravel road staying on RIGHT. Right on Serenditpity Trail. House at end. AWD/4WD recommmended. NO DRIVE BY'S.

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Property Features

Style: Cabin
Exterior Finish: Wood
Basement/Foundation: Basement
Garage/Carport: Basement, Garage - 2 Car
Floors: Carpet, Tile, Wood
Water: Well
Sewer: Septic Tank
Street: Trail
Drive: Gravel
Year Built: 2008
Subdivision: Smoky Mountain Acres
Interior Features: Basement Shop, Breakfast Bar
Exterior Features: Fire pit

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A quick note on how the sellers have enjoyed their time on the property:
We discovered this area from renting a cabin for a week to watch the amazing fall color show. After that week of vacation exploring the endless trails, walking up to the Parkway, watching the hummingbirds feed and the elk stroll by, we knew we wanted a home of our own on the same mountain. The summer temperatures at just under 4800' elevation rarely reach above 74 degrees - which, coming from SWFL and spending so much time in air-conditioned spaces made this location a dream come true.

Over the years of vacationing up here before relocating permanently, we had also found this particular area to be special not only in its proximity to the Parkway and National Park, but also in the ability to leave our cabin on the ATV and ride for hours along the trails, enjoying nature and seeing wildlife up close. There is nothing better than taking an ATV ride out after a good snowfall when the rest of the mountain is quiet. Of course, coming back to the cabin and sitting in front of a roaring fire watching the snow come down isn't a bad way to spend a winter day, either.

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Conveniences

Airport: Over 20 miles away Food/Dining: Within 10 miles Gas/Grocery: Within 10 miles Hospital: Within 15 miles Interstate: Within a mile Entertainment: Within 15 miles

Just 10 miles outside of Waynesville is Maggie Valley, a quaint mountain delight that sprang up to cater to visitors and still rolls out the welcome mat to traveling tourists. The town is an epicenter of old time mountain fun, from family restaurants and fine dining to foot stomping Appalachian song and dance to putt-putt, elk-spotting and some of the best snow skiing in the South.

From spring to autumn, the valley is also packed with motorcyclists from around the country, who come to traverse the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, motor through the Great Smoky Mountains of...Read More

Just 10 miles outside of Waynesville is Maggie Valley, a quaint mountain delight that sprang up to cater to visitors and still rolls out the welcome mat to traveling tourists. The town is an epicenter of old time mountain fun, from family restaurants and fine dining to foot stomping Appalachian song and dance to putt-putt, elk-spotting and some of the best snow skiing in the South.

From spring to autumn, the valley is also packed with motorcyclists from around the country, who come to traverse the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, motor through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and enjoy the camaraderie of other riders who make annual treks to Maggie to visit the Wheels Through Time Museum. The Museum is among the highlights of a visit to Maggie, featuring a world-class collection of historic motorcycles and some cars. Most of the motorcycles are still in running condition. The museum has been featured in dozens of television shows and magazine articles.

Cataloochee Ski Area features the best skiing in the southern mountains and typically is one of the first ski resorts in the East to open. The resort's snowmaking abilities are constantly modernized and updated, allowing it to add inches of snow to its base every time the weather drops below freezing.

Near the ski resort is Cataloochee Ranch, which has cabins, horse stables, a grand old lodge and restaurant, all atop a 5,000-foot mountain. Those not staying at the ranch are invited to join staff and visitors for evening cookouts, and you might even hear some local storytelling.

From Maggie Valley it's a short drive to Cataloochee Valley in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Elk again roam free in the valley, thanks to a re-introduction program. Dusk is the best bet for guaranteed sightings, but please, stay away from the elk. They have antlers for a reason. For true local charm, look no further than Canton and Clyde, the neighboring towns nestled in eastern Haywood County. They are situated around the Evergreen paper mill, which started life as Blue Ridge Paper Products and has been running steadily for more than 100 years.

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Nearby Activities

  • Lake Fishing
  • Fly Fishing
  • Running
  • Walking/Hiking
  • Kayaking/Canoeing
  • Boating
  • Mountain Biking/Cycling
  • Snow Skiing
  • Dining
  • Entertainment

Michelle McElroy

Beverly-Hanks

Waynesville

Email: [email protected]
Office: (828) 452-5809
Direct: (828) 400-9463

Michelle McElroy

Beverly-Hanks

Waynesville

Email: [email protected]
Office: (828) 452-5809
Direct: (828) 400-9463

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